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もう片方は、ビニールのカバーがありませんが、箱は中古感が少なく、 綺麗です。

What is the second part of the sentence in bold?

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closed as off-topic by virmaior, Earthliŋ, ssb, snailplane Apr 12 '14 at 21:53

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What specifically do you have trouble understanding about it? – snailplane Apr 8 '14 at 7:43

It means;

the box looks like relatively new and clean

I think the writer wants to communicate this box doesn't look like as old as it is.

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